Posts Tagged ‘WAPT’

Brittany Bell joins WAPT-16 weather team

by Ross Reily Published: September 13,2013

Tags: Business, communications, hurricane, JACKSON, media, Mississippi, technology, tornado, WAPT, Weather

16 WAPT has added meteorologist Brittany Bell as the station’s weekend evening weather expert. Bell, a Mississippi State University alumna who graduated in three years with a 4.0 GPA, joins 16 WAPT from sister station KHBS/KHOG in Ft. Smith/Rogers, Ark.   [...]

WAPT welcomes Aaron Vogel

by MBJ Staff Published: August 9,2013

Tags: Aaron Vogel, television, WAPT

Aaron Vogel has been named assistant news director at 16 WAPT-TV. Vogel comes to Jackson from Knoxville, Tenn., where he was executive producer at CBS Affiliate WVLT. Before that, he was in news management in Savannah, Ga., and worked as a news producer in Jackson, Tenn. In 2010, Vogel’s team won an Emmy for “Best […] [...]

Miscommunication costly

by Martin Willoughby Published: August 21,2011

Tags: Mississippi Leaders, Stuart Kellogg, WAPT

One of the often overlooked critical success factors in a business is good communication. Management guru Peter Drucker noted, “Management is about human beings. Every enterprise is composed of people with different skills and knowledge doing many kinds of different work. It must be built on communication and on individual responsibility.” Given the growing complexity […] [...]

The end of free television?

by Clay Chandler Published: February 1,2010

Tags: ABC, CBS, Fox, free television, NBC, WAPT, WJTV, WLBT

Local news stations aren’t concerned When Comcast, the largest cable television company in the U.S., bought a controlling stake in NBC Universal in December, the industry was set abuzz by speculation that the cable giant would eventually move to replace the traditional free network model with a paid model used by cable channels. Such a […] [...]

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